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Data lables on Chart

Posted on 2015-01-19
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I added data labels to my chart but it appears that it is showing labels per every category including the categories that i don't have anything for (ie they appear a zero) ... any way to hide the ones with zero?
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by:Simon
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Depending on your query type, add a WHERE or HAVING clause to omit the empty categories.
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by:vbnetcoder
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Actually, this is what i needed to do:

=IIf(count(fields!Status.Value) = 0, false, true)
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yes
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ty
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